01:31 — Playing football, soccer, tag and even doing cartwheels have been banned at a middle school in Long Island. The school's superintendent is hoping the (more…)
01:11 — David Writebol, speaking by phone from Liberia, said his wife Nancy is in good spirits while being treated for the Ebola virus at Emory University Hos (more…)
03:08 — "Ninja" and "Modern Tarzan" are two parkour superstars who explain that the sport can make you stronger and more confident in all aspects of life. The (more…)
01:01 — People whose parents both had Alzheimer's may show early signs in brain scans, new research on ADHD meds, and more health news.
01:07 — Daily health headlines: Music lessons when young could have benefits later in life, a new warning for testosterone therapy warning, plus more of today (more…)
01:21 — Researchers have developed a painless skin patch for administering the flu vaccine, and testing shows it works as well as a traditional flu shot. CBS (more…)
01:11 — A new study finds people who eat at least three servings a day of whole grains have a lower risk of death from heart disease, stroke and cancer. CBS N (more…)
01:03 — Researchers from Rockefeller University found that a new antibody therapy for HIV patients reduced the amount of the virus in the blood. Also, a new m (more…)
01:36 — Academy Award winner Glenn Close was at the White House talking about the need to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. The conference is part (more…)
02:05 — An extraordinary two-day chain of operations is getting underway at a San Francisco hospital to provide kidney transplants for 6 people in need. KPIX (more…)
01:34 — Some doctors recommend egg freezing for young women battling cancer because treatment can lead to infertility. But insurance companies don't usually (more…)
01:41 — A medical school in Connecticut is doing its best to reverse a shortage of doctors in some critical fields. CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports.
03:06 — As flu season begins to ramp up many people who start to experience symptoms rush out to their doctor and beg for antibiotics, but as Dr. Jon LaPook e (more…)
01:09 — A new study looks at the link between asthma attacks and heart attacks. Eboni Williams has that and more of the day's top health stories.
01:33 — Massachusetts nurse Elise Wilson is pushing for new legal protections for health care workers after she was attacked on the job. Beth Germano of CBS B (more…)
01:23 — Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City is treating a man suffering from Ebola-like symptoms. The man had recently traveled from West Africa, where the (more…)
01:24 — Researchers at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York are testing a new drug that they hope will slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease by protecting n (more…)
00:53 — A new study says that men who eat organic produce have better sperm counts than those who eat non-organic fruits and vegetables high in pesticide resi (more…)
01:10 — British researchers have discovered that the age of men does not affect their fertility. Also, a report linking kids with ADHD to substance abuse. Ale (more…)
01:36 — As the nation tries to comprehend the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., parents are struggling with how to discuss the killings with their children. CBS News (more…)
04:26 — Doctors see it all the time -- and sometimes experience it too. Hypochondria is when you're convinced you have a serious illness but actually don't. C (more…)
04:10 — Marguerite Reardon was stunned when she learned from an early prenatal blood test that the baby she was carrying would have Down syndrome. She tells C (more…)
00:52 — Researchers say that a new blood test can predict people at risk of severe food allergies faster and more safely than other tests. Also, new guidance (more…)
01:36 — Millions of Americans spend the day parked behind a desk. Treadmill desks are catching on around the workplace. Alexis Christoforous reports.